Making an autonomous boat using a Raspberry Pi (WiP)

The wave of enthusiasm for the Raspberry Pi has driven many people to wonder at the possibilities, and marvel at it's simplicity. The credit card sized SBC is perfect for just about anything. Maybe even for crossing the Atlantic Ocean. FishPi is a project with the goal of doing just that and crossing the Atlantic, using the Raspberry Pi to pilot the craft. The first step in this project is the Proof-Of-Conc ...

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RaspiRover

Hello! I have done a little wifi robot with a Raspberry Pi and other components. Let me present it! Ps: be indulgent, it's my first instructable! Step 1: Things You'll Need You will need: - a Raspberry Pi (35 Eur) - raspberry cam (17,50 Eur) - wifi key (use a compatible one) (3,70 Eur) - a DC-DC Converter Step Up Boost Module 2-5V to 5V 1200mA (1,81 Eur) - a XL6009 DC-DC Adjustable Step-up boost Power Conve ...

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NASBOX314 : make a NAS with xbox360’s case and raspberry pi

***update 04.dec.2014*** by syrus77 ****The howto file for system's configuration is now downloadable at below of this page*** ******please comment here if you think i have made a mistake*** Hello from France, I want to share with you my NAS project pi based. I use for a few months a few Raspberry Pi for various projects at home, one is a NAS with RAID1 disks, to store my important personal data. ***(Raid 1 ...

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MAMEFrame – The battery-powered MAME system

I love MAME .  What I don't love is moving MAME cabinets.  This project outlines the steps involved with building a MAME cabinet in a controller box, allowing it to be moved or stored.  In this project we will build a MAME controller that is self-contained, and battery powered.  I've broken it into sections so you can take this project as far as you want. If you're asking yourself CAN I MAKE THIS the answer ...

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NaCade – The Naked Raspberry Pi Arcade Machine

The brains of this setup is the Raspberry Pi computer. It's not overly powerful by today's standards but it can run early style games and systems pretty well. It's small size and low power consumption makes it ideal for many different uses. Best of all it's cheap to buy. The software comes courtesy of Shea Silverman's PiMAME http://pimame.org It has a bunch of great gaming emulators built in. The display is ...

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Counter-Strike Robot

DISCLAIMER: Don't do anything silly with this instructables because this is purely for ejudimucation and science. It was November 2013. On Thanksgiving day, my cousin and my brother's friend came over and we were enjoying the break by playing Left 4 Dead and CS:GO. My mom asked me if I wanted this metal rack from the disposable baking tine. For some reason after hours of CS:GO and a metal rack I got an idea ...

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Raspberry Pi Powered Bar-top Arcade Machine

I was browsing Instructables when i came across rbates4 and his Raspberry Pi powered arcade machine. http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-your-own-Min... I figured hey I have a spare DVI monitor, an X-arcade stick and a desire to tinker with the Raspberry Pi microcomputer. I am going to have to build an arcade machine. Unfortunately I do not have access to a whiz bang fancy laser cutter, or anything larger ...

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Raspberry Pi Emulator Console for the Backseat

Scope of project: After building a Bar-Top Raspberry Pi retro gaming machine I determined that while cool I cant take it around easily as it weighs about 40 lbs and is the size of a large microwave. And while fun for the basement perhaps Arthur would want to play it in the car for the long drives back to his Moms house. My original plan for this build was based off the Adafruit PiGRRL but I I wanted the abi ...

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Donkey Kong Bartop Arcade Powered By RPi

This New Year's Eve we were in the basement of my friend's house. My 15 year old son and I had brought the 16 inch tall Donkey Kong Bartop Arcade machine we made together to share it. While the kids played the classics for the first time from decades ago, over the familiar sounds of Galaga, Pac-Man, Donkey-Kong and others, the adults shared stories about the local arcade at the mall where we all used go. Qu ...

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Building a Raspberry Pi Gameboy

Why Do This? Quite a while ago I was impressed by the Adafruit guys and their “PiGrrl”, a cool looking raspberry pi based Gameboy clone and more: https://learn.adafruit.com/pigrrl-raspberry-pi-gameboy I’ve always wanted a cool little emulation machine (like Gamepark’s GP2X Wiz or the OpenPandora). But they either sell them at too high a price or you can’t get them anywhere (anymore?). The OpenPandora is ove ...

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